Haiku 140821


 the number of leaves (syllabus) grow on my yard


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4 Responses to Haiku 140821

  1. lesliepaints says:

    Oh, it will be here soon. My maple tree has grown huge, over the years and so have the neighbor’s numerous ones. Thank heavens, I don’t stop to count them! 🙂 They do bring with them an earthy smell and the kind of weather I enjoy being out and about in. I call it “sweatshirt weather”.

  2. slpmartin says:

    Ah…seems early for autumn leaves..but climate change has altered a number on nature’s cycles.

    • Yousei Hime says:

      I used an older photo for the post, but there have been a few leaves here and there. It is always a surprise, almost overnight, when the trees go from green to brown. Happy to have you stop in and share.

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